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Spring 2011 presentation to Colorado Press Women on the future of news

Spring 2011 presentation to Colorado Press Women on the future of news

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  • Blogger made accusation, media immediately reported with little info. Search his site, with a page dedicated to chick pics, where he goes by slick Willie and admits he's been convicted of domestic abuse. Even the msm is in a report first, question later mode. \n
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  • Certainly the left does this too, consider MediaMatters\n
  • It was days before a reporter for The Blaze - owned by Glenn Beck! - looked at the raw tape and reported how heavily edited it was, same as with shirley Sherrod, Acorn, planned parenthood\n
  • Traditional news sources already do this, it's called reading the wires. We should do it with social media. Blogs, etc. Andy carvin at npr is current example... He's checking twitter feeds from Mideast, northern Africa and curating them. It's a huge service. \n
  • An example Colorado confidential, now Colorado independent. It has a progressive bent (and historically there are great examples of point of view pubs, from revolutionary times to stuff like new republic, ms., national review). \nWho funded us? What did about page say?\nIs it complete? What's the alternative? Colo pols, face the state\nSources. Did we talk to the GOP? Not often!\nDid we reveal our methods? Links to source material? Yes! PDFs graphs etc\nAm I learning? It's our responsibility to be informed!\n
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    • 1. NEWS OF THE FUTURE
    • 2. WE HAVE MORE NEWS NOW THAN EVER Its just different
    • 3. ONLINE AUDIENCE IS HUGE• Most of that audience still goes to traditional news sources.• Pew 2010 survey: we spend an average of 70 minutes a day consuming news across platforms.
    • 4. NEW PLATFORMS, DISTRIBUTION FOR NEWS• On the web• Interactives• On mobile phones• iPad apps• Social media
    • 5. NEW MODELS• Traditional journalism, journalism of verification• Journalism of assertion• Journalism of affirmation• Interest-group journalism• Aggregation
    • 6. JOURNALISM OF ASSERTION• Immediacy• Volume• Its a conduit• Not much critical thinking
    • 7. JOURNALISM OF AFFIRMATION• Loyalty is first• Accuracy not so much• Reaffirming audience views
    • 8. INTEREST GROUP JOURNALISM• Work with a target• Intended to look like journalism• Often funded by special interests
    • 9. WHO EXPOSED OKEEFE?
    • 10. AGGREGATION• Links to everything, mostly traditional media• Google, Yahoo, HuffPo• Also, curation. And everyone probably should do it
    • 11. WE, THE AUDIENCE, MUST ASK QUESTIONS• What is this? A blog? Trad news? Links to other sources?• Is the info complete? Whats missing?• Who are the sources? Are they reputable?• Whats the evidence? How was it vetted?• Is there an alternative explanation or understanding?• Am I learning what I need to know?
    • 12. THE REAL CRISIS IS THE MONEY• Thebusiness model is broken• Corporate media broke it via greed and caution• Small, niche media may be the new normal
    • 13. SOCIAL MEDIA IS THE NEW FRONT PAGE• The link economy• Trusting friends, experts• Personalizingvia instapaper, RSS feeds, etc.• Journos must learn to promote their work
    • 14. ITS AN AGE OF EXPERIMENTS• Specialty sites such as fivethirtyeight or sbnation• Nonprofits such as iNewsRockyMountain• Applications such as Flipbook, TagWhat, Perdiculous• The New York Times paywall, subscriptions on devices, apps
    • 15. QUESTIONS? (I have many!)

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